Actress Mila Kunis and her husband Ashton Kutcher will donate $3 million to help Ukrainian refugees. Kunis is also from Ukraine and wants to do her bit for her motherland where there is intense fighting against the Russian army.
The couple launched a GoFundMe campaign Thursday with the goal of raising $30 million. Kunis was born in Charnivsti, Ukraine, which was then still part of the Soviet Union. At the age of seven, the That 70’s Showactress to the United States with her family.
“Today I am a proud Ukrainian,” she said in a statement shared on the GoFundMe website. “Ukrainians are proud brave people who deserve our help in times of need. Our family starts this fund to provide immediate support. We will also deposit $3 million ourselves,” it sounds.
The couple also shared a video on Instagram on Thursday in which they explain why they want to donate money. “We have to provide them with shelter and material. That’s why we’re trying to raise $30 million. We assure you that those who need it will get the support.”
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